Class of 2016

Victorian Tertiary Destinations

All information and statistics are based on data provided by VTAC (Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre). There may be slight variances to this data as the offer rounds proceed, however major changes are not anticipated. 


In total, 214 students completed their VCE studies at MGC in 2016. Of the 214 students who completed VCE, 205 students applied for at least one course through the VTAC (Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre) system. Of the other 9 students who did not apply:

  • One student gained an Apprenticeship
  • One student received a Certificate lll offer
  • One student is seeking for employment
  • One student is applying directly to TAFE
  • Five students were unresponsive and were offered assistance

Early International, Round 1 and Round 2 Offer figures identified these statistics:

         Number of students who have received an offer:  195 (96.06%)

         Total number of students with more than one offer:  37 (18.23%)

         Number of students with no offer:  8

         Number of CSP/Govt subsidised offers:  195

         Number of FEE based offers (Independent Tertiary Provider):

         Number of Fee Type Determined by Provider offers (TAFE):  12

         Number of International offers:  28


The 2016/2017 selection cycle included the opportunity for students to change their preference order after they received an offer and before the next round of offers.  For this reason, the data on preference position of offers is ever changing.


Overall Outcome

After Early International, Round 1 and Round 2 Offers, there were 10 students who applied through the VTAC system and had not received an offer. The number of students choosing not to apply through the VTAC system (and completed their VCE) was similar to 2015.


Institutes - Tertiary Offers after Early International, Round 1 & Round 2

(the numbers below include institutions who made more than one offer to VTAC applicants)


Where They Were Offered

Monash University was the institution to make the most offers to VTAC applicants in rounds one and two with 22.12%. In comparison to the 2015 cohort, this was an increase of 1.8%.  We also saw a decrease of 6.1% in the number of offers from Melbourne University compared to 2015 in the first two rounds.  As a result of this, there was a slight increase in the number of offers made from some other institutions when comparing it to 2015 but nothing too significant. The popularity of institutes remained rather consistent with previous years.


What they are studying (been offered)


It is important to note that when looking at this data, it gives a great overview of the types of areas students will move into but it doesn’t necessarily show the great flexibility of some courses. As institutes change their course offerings, it becomes difficult to compare data from year to year as the Field of Education category can also be affected by these changes.  Keeping this in mind, the only significant change from 2015 was an increase of 12 offers for both the Creative Arts field as well as Management and Commerce.


2016 Year 12 ATAR Outcomes Table